1 pointInstalling the plugin on FMS does not give you access to it in the FileMaker Pro script workspace regardless if the file you are accessing is hosted or not. This is the case for any FileMaker plugin. Installing on the server only makes the plugin available for scheduled scripts or scripts executed with the Perform Script on Server (PSOS) script step. This means that either your scripts will need to be executed as a schedule or with the PSOS script step unless you want to install the plugin on all user machines. As Josh said, in order to write the scripts, you will need to install the plugin in FileMaker Pro to have access to the functions. See this page for installation locations.
1 pointTo use the functions with FileMaker Pro Advanced on your local machine, you also need to install the plugin on your local machine. The server install only allows the FileMaker Server Script Engine to use the functions. And there is a separate location if you are using the plugins with Custom Web Publishing.
1 pointWidgetStudio makes it easy to use, design and share powerful interface widgets, like calendars, gauges, charts, and timers. Pick from the constantly growing set of included widgets or build your own. Freely share them with your customers or friends. The post Announcing WidgetStudio – FileMaker WebViewer Widgets appeared first on Geist Interactive. View the full article
1 pointHere are a couple examples of card windows I thought were handy, including a photo gallery and a way of editing records: http://www.filemakerforever.com/articles/127 FF_Card_Window_Techniques.fmp12
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